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Das Manteltier
July 9, 2010, 10:26 am
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art installation in a zoo in münster / germany 2010

Vodpod videos no longer available.

The Non-Toed Fur-Coatie / engl. subtitles, posted with vodpod



350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé
January 16, 2010, 7:57 pm
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350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé is now showing at the Migros Museum in Zürich until February 21st.



BERNARDÍ ROIG INSTALLATIONS
May 9, 2009, 4:23 pm
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Spanish born, Bernardí Roig creates beautiful multi-media installations that boggle the mind.

Bernardí Roig is obsessed with death and immortality with aesthetics and eroticism, and with the “idee fixe” that the thinking man must reclaim his forfeited ability to relate to one another on an intimate level. He realizes that to truly communicate, we need a dialogue of more than the spoken word.

I know their aims are very different, but I think the way that he uses fluorescent lamps are similar with Dan Flavin:




HENRIQUE OLIVEIRA INSTALLATIONS
April 21, 2009, 10:45 pm
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Born and still working in Brazil, Henrique Oliveria uses salvaged wood collected from the streets of São Paulo to create amazing massive scale, site-specific installations with dense layers that twist, curve, bend, and split. His work makes you question, and stare in disbelief.

He uses tapumes, which in portugese can mean fencing, boarding, or enclosure, as a title for many of his large-scale installations. The term makes reference to the temporary wooden construction fences seen throughout the city of São Paulo where Oliveira lives.



San Francisco’s house of falling furniture

“Since 1997, the building sitting at the corner of 6th st. and Howard st. The piece consists of tables, chairs, lamps and
even a grandfather clock, all hanging precariously out of the building’s windows. Known as ‘defenestration’ (a word meaning to throw out of a window) the sculpture’s various pieces are all fastened to the abandoned building to create the illusion of falling. The pieces was conceived of by local artist Brian Goggin.”